Types of water heaters
Buy vs Rent Info
Electric water heaters are often less upfront cost, easy to install, but slower recovery to heat water. Gas water heaters heat water faster and are more efficient than electric water heaters.
An electric water heater is the simplest way to supply hot water to your home. It brings cold water into a tank through a dip tube and heats it using an electric heating element.
High-efficiency tankless water heaters - also known as condensing tankless - use two heat exchangers to supply endless hot water when you turn on a faucet. They use less energy (and money) than traditional water heaters because they don't need to reheat the water over and over. Ultra high energy efficiency - up to 0.96 UEF.
Power vented gas water heaters use an electric fan or blower and horizontal tubing to carry exhaust gases to the exterior of your home. Power venting water heaters are usually installed in homes with no chimney or those that have been converted from a different water heating system.
Significant cost upfront to buy your water heater. You own your equipment
Unexpected service costs may arise.
You can participate in any available government incentives.
You can take advantage of available water heater promotions.
To properly determine the correct size for your water heater needs, please let us help by contacting our professionally trained representatives who will be able to assist you in making the right decision for your home.
No upfront costs. Free installation and removal of your old equipment.
Hassle free and year round peace of mind with free lifetime maintenance and repairs on all parts and labour.
Free equipment replacement if it can not be repaired
You can buy your equipment at any time.
Free transfer – Should you ever choose to sell your home or business, you can easily transfer the rental to the new owners free of charge.
Priority service available 7 days a week, every day of the year.
(No gas electric hookup included)
The cost of running a water heater will vary depending on its type, efficiency, and type of heat source.
Insulating the hot and cold water pipes within 2 to 3 metres of the water heater is the most cost effective improvement that can be made to existing or new installations.
Think about how you and your family uses hot water and take steps to reduce your consumption.
An ENERGY STAR certified storage tank water heater uses 14% less energy, on average, than a standard model. Saving energy saves money and reduces your carbon footprint.
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